One of the latest printers for home use from Kodak could help users to cut down on the amount of money they spend on ink cartridges.

In a review of the Kodak ESP Office 2170 for the Chip Chick website, Ali Heriyanto revealed that there are a number of positive features for home users.

The printing quality is high, she suggested, adding that the "icing on the cake" is the fact that the model will help people "save tons of money on ink expenses".

Printer supplies for the device are cheap and long-lasting, she said, noting that page yields tend to be higher than with devices from other manufacturers.

As well as offering a range of standard functions such as printing, copying and scanning, the new addition to the Kodak family of printers allows people to create their own 3D images, although special glasses are needed to view such pictures.